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A Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue: With a Praxis - Page 43
by Rasmus Rask - 1830 - 224 pages
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Practical Grammar of the German Language

Johann Gerhard Tiarks - 1834
...3. Some authors give n to the vocative case of the plural: Iteben 8eute/ for liebe Seute. The Second form Is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, and those pronouns and indefinite numerals which, like the definite article, indicate the gender :...
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A guide to the Anglo-Saxon tongue: a grammar after Erasmus Rask ; extracts ...

Edward Johnston Vernon, Rasmus Rask - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1846 - 196 pages
...CHAPTER III. I. — Adjectives As in German &c. have a Definite and an Indefinite inflection : the former is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, by any other demonstrative, or by a possessive pronoun ; the latter always else. There are three Declensions, one...
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A practical grammar of the German language

Johann Gerhard Tiarks - 1847
...3. Some authors give n to the vocative case of the plural : lieben Seute for Hebe Seute. The Second Form Is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, and those pronouns and indefinite numerals which, like the definite article, indicate the gender: as,...
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The German language in one volume containing i. A practical grammar. ii ...

Friedrich Heinrich K. La Motte-Fouqué (freiherr de.), Undine (fict. name.) - 1849
...gut-e §vau. Nent. gut-eo fftnb gut-eo fmb-ев or gut-en At'nbeo gut-em At'nb-e gut-eo Amb. The Second Form Is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, or those pronouns and indefinite numerals which indicate the gender. See Article. When more than one...
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A first German reading book containing Das Täubchen, with an intr. grammar ...

Johann Christoph von Schmid - 1851
...characteristic letters which indicate the cases and genders, like the definite article. THE SECOND FORM is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, or those pronouns and indefinite numerals which indicate the gender. When more than one adjective precede...
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The Life of Alfred the Great

Reinhold Pauli, Paulus Orosius - Great Britain - 1853 - 582 pages
...ADJECTIVES. bupg-a bupj-um Adjectives, as in German, have a definite and an indefinite inflection. The former is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, by any other demonstrative, or by a possessive pronoun; the latter in all other cases. DEFINITE DECLENSION. paet...
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The life of Alfred the great, tr. [by A.P.]. To which is appended Alfred's ...

Georg Reinhold Pauli, Paulus Orosius - 1853 - 582 pages
...bupj-um ADJECTIVES. Adjectives, as in German, have a definite and an indefinite inflection. The former is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, by any other demonstrative, or by a possessive pronoun ; the latter in all other cases. DEFINITE DECLENSION. Plural....
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The Life of Alfred the Great

Reinhold Pauli, Paulus Orosius - Great Britain - 1853 - 582 pages
...bupj-um ADJECTIVES. Adjectives, as in German, have a definite and an indefinite inflection. The former is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, by any other demonstrative, or by a possessive pronoun ; the latter in all other cases. DEFINITE DECLENSION. faec...
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A first German course, Volume 1

Carl Falck-Lebahn - 1860
...itite armen unfere fdj6nen euere fran!en itire fleinen Sfere jungen teine roeifen. XIII. THE THIRD FORM is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, or those pronouns and indefinite numerals which indicate the gender. When more than one adjective precede...
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Guide to the Anglo-Saxon Tongue: A Grammar After Erasmus Rask

Edward Johnston Vernon - Anglo-Saxon language - 1865 - 196 pages
...CHAPTER III. 1.—Adjectives As in German &c. have a Definite and an Indefinite inflection: the former is used when the adjective is preceded by the definite article, by any other demonstrative, or by a possessive pronoun; the latter always else. There are three Declensions, one...
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